Free Faculty Concerts at Bloomingdale School of the Arts

Maggie Barrows
November 06, 2019

Throughout November and December, faculty at Bloomingdale School of the Arts, a Columbia Community Service grantee, will present free concerts across a variety of genres and eras of music. With performances from special guests in addition to the faculty performers, the concerts provide a number of opportunities for engagement with this beautiful art form. All of the concerts are held at the Bloomingdale School of the Arts, 323 West 108th Street, at 7:00 pm.

Upcoming Concerts

The Legend of Bebop on November 8, featuring a quintet of sought-after jazz artists assembled by faculty member Eli Asher performing tributes to the masters of bebop.

Voice of the Violin: In the World of Lili Boulanger on November 15, with faculty artist Claudia Schaer presenting a program of works by Lili Boulanger, Nadia Boulanger, Gabriel Fauré, and more.

A Tribute to Wayne Shorter on November 16, where faculty artist Michael Cochrane will pay tribute to the great jazz saxophonist and composer Wayne Shorter.

Music by Russian Composers on November 22, during which faculty artist Olga Gurevich will perform great Russian music for piano of the 19th and 20th centuries, featuring the masterpiece “Pictures at an Exhibition” by Modest Mussorgsky.

December concerts at Bloomingdale School of Music: Jazz Heroes of the Upper West Side on December 6 and Caribbean Music for Two Guitars on December 13.

The 73rd Annual Appeal for Columbia Community Service is underway at Columbia, Barnard, and Teachers College. Learn more about CCS, their grantees, and what they accomplish with support from faculty and staff at Columbia.